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I was hoping for a simple .xml download form the WHMCS Admin but I just don't see anything...

 

Do I have to launch up the PHP MyAdmin and start playing around?

 

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I recently launched up a reseller hosting account. After I configured everything from emails to variable addons I want to migrate to a different domain. I downloaded the entire directory, locally, but what about the specifics?

 

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Forgot to attach message and am unable to find the truckin "edit" button....

 

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The docs may be helpful to you:

http://docs.whmcs.com/Exports

 

Thanks for the attempt. That documentation ****************in' sucks....sadly. I just don't understand why it's not possible to import / export products and services more easily. Weaaaaaaak.

 

I'm surprised by lack of information on this topic. Even Google / Bing / DDG have limited results.

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I recently launched up a reseller hosting account. After I configured everything from emails to variable addons I want to migrate to a different domain. I downloaded the entire directory, locally, but what about the specifics?

if you want to move your WHMCS installation, there are specific instructions in the docs..

 

http://docs.whmcs.com/Licensing

 

Moving WHMCS is straight forward:

  • Take a backup of your database following these instructions,
  • Transfer the files across to the new server,
  • Restore the database via phpmyadmin on the new server and make any changes to the database settings in configuration.php.
  • You'll then need to re-issue your license as described above.
  • Login to your WHMCS admin and update the system URLS in Setup > General Settings.
  • Check that your cron jobs, payment gateway callbacks and any email forwarders are modified accordingly.
  • Finally, delete the WHMCS files and cron from the old location.

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